It’s that time of
year again; the six week break that you have to desperately try to fill to keep
your children entertained or risk your sanity.
Thankfully, I’ve got lots of pro tips for holidays that will keep you and yours happy so that
you don’t end up tearing out your hair over the school holidays.
1. UK Holiday
no need to leave the country to have a great holiday, especially with the
weather being as good at it has been. You can take a trip down to sunny
Cornwall or Devon, and explore some of the prettiest coastline that Britain has
to offer. There are loads to do as well, such as a day trip to St. Michael’s
Mount or a visit to the legendary castle of Tintagel. You can go surfing at
Newquay, or camp out at St. Ives.
2. Jersey Holiday
If you want a bit
of a hotter holiday, but still relatively close by, then a trip to Jersey could
be just the thing. It’s so
easy to get to, and once you get there, there are some great family-orientated
hotel such as the Merton Hotel, which has a swimming pool, slides, flow rider
and lots of children’s entertainment.
3. Croatia Holiday
It seems that
every one is jetting off to the beautiful coastal country of Croatia this year,
with its miles of beaches, stunning islands and lots of activities for the
4. Greek Holiday
There are a range
of activity holidays that you and your family can try if you have older
children. Why not visit Greece and go on one of their Club Vounaki Sailing
School holidays, to really tire you and your kids out. No chance of arguing if
you are all asleep by 9pm! If this isn’t your thing, there are so many Greek
islands to choose form with lots of family friendly hotels available.
5. Further Afield
Show your children
the world by taking them away somewhere exotic. There are volunteer holidays
available for places such ads Costa Rica, where you and your family can build
animal shelters to protect them from deforestation, or a trip to South Africa,
taking in the awesome sites on a driving holiday up to see some of the majestic
creatures of Africa. Or try going to America and playing cowboys for real on a
ranch, with a rodeo, rafting, fishing and shooting.
Where are you off to this holiday time?
Do you have any ideas for holidaying with the children?
If so, do please share it with us all 😀